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Juwari Soba Noodles (100% Buckwheat Noodles - Gluten Free), 7.05 oz

$9.40

Soba noodles are one of the most popular types of noodles in Japan. They can be served in many different ways, hot or cold. A good source of protein, they do not contain any fat or cholesterol. Most soba noodles are made from a combination of buckwheat and wheat flour, but Juwari Soba Noodles are made from 100% buckwheat flour, which means it is gluten-free. Made in Hokkaido, this premium brand of soba noodles contains only water and buckwheat flour, with no additives. That means you can enjoy soba noodles that deliver a purely rustic, nutty, earthy flavor that pairs very well with both cold mentsuyu dipping sauce and hot dashi broth.

1. In a large pot, bring plenty of water to a boil.
2. Add soba noodles and cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
3. Drain into a colander and rinse under cold running water for 10 to 20 seconds.
4. Put the noodles in a bowl of cold water and rinse gently by hand, then drain again.
5. Place the noodles on a plate or zaru (bamboo plate) and top with sliced nori seaweed.
6. Enjoy with mentsuyu dipping sauce and assorted garnishes such as scallions and wasabi.

Buckwheat Flour.

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Hiroshi O.
Expensive But Excellent Soba

Absolutely delicious flavour and perfect texture. I even was able to use the water I made the noodles in as a starchy soup base. A bit pricey, but worth it. It was really nice to have a soba that absolutely did not get overcooked. Soba is usually so delicate that it's easy to overcook it, but this turned out perfectly the first time. Highly recommended to try at least once if you cannot eat gluten or just want to try gluten-free noodles out. They are a cut above any other soba noodles I've had.

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Marie Lambert

Very good

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June Ball
Excellent Juwari Soba Noodles

Gluten free & delicious!
So hard to find 100% buckwheat noodles since most buckwheat noodles first ingredient is wheat.
Highly recommend, I’ve ordered these noodles numerous time.

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SR
Authentic soba

I am Japanese and a certified "Sobalier" by Tokyo soba association. I know there a lot of sobas in Asian market but very few of them actually use sobako, buckwheat, due to raw material price, and difficulty in manufacturing process. They mostly use flour and add 10% or less buckwheat and calls it soba. This soba is 100% buckwheat, authentic soba you can enjoy with confidence. You can also enjoy sobayu.

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Sara
Delicious and gluten-free

We love soba noodles at our house, but one of us eats gluten-free whenever possible. We have tried the 100% buckwheat noodles from health food stores, but they tend to have a gummy texture. These are so much better. Lovely, delicate texture and flavor.

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